Welcome Visitor
Thu, Mar 5, 2015
200 members
Breaking News
FRONT PAGE
LOCAL NEWS
EDITORIALS
ENTERTAINMENT
DEATHS
SPORTS
COMMUNITY CALENDAR
CHURCH CALENDAR
SEARCH ARTICLES
PAST ISSUES
SCORE
Town of Nashville
Braswell Memorial Library
Harold D. Cooley Library
Nash Arts
Nash County
Nashville Chamber of Commerce
Nash Community College
Nash County Relay for Life
Nash-Rocky Mount Schools
N.C. Wesleyan College
Rocky Mount Area Chamber
Rocky Mount Children's Museum
Rocky Mount Travel & Tourism
Boys & Girls Club of Nash/Edgecombe Counties
State of N.C.
The Dunn Center for Performing Arts
Town of Castalia
JOIN SITE
LOGIN
LOGOUT
EDIT YOUR PROFILE
SEARCH
PAST ISSUES
EDGED AT THE WIRE
SUPERB SEASON. Adam Renner (with ball) enjoyed an outstanding campaign for the Northern Nash High School boys basketball squad.
EDGED AT THE WIRE

RED OAK -- Northern Nash’s student section chant of ‘you need practice’ couldn’t have been more appropriate for the Knights’ meeting with Southern Lee in last Saturday’s opening round of the Class 3-A Boys Basketball State Playoffs.
Both clubs were limited and rusty coming in due to a lack of practice during the week heading up to the showdown, which had been pushed back four days.

More ...
NN Moves Through 2 Rounds
NN Moves Through 2 Rounds

RED OAK -- Making a deep postseason run isn’t groundbreaking news for the tradition-rich Northern Nash High School girls basketball program.
But that fact doesn’t dampen the emotion of the accomplishment, and the Lady Knights are poised again for another regional trip to Fayetteville heading into Wednesday’s third-round home matchup against Rockingham County.

More ...
Northern will open at Bunn
Northern will open at Bunn

RED OAK -- Northern Nash’s girls soccer squad is among the early-season victims of the recent adverse weather that has negatively affected the spring sports campaign.
All of NN’s matches have been postponed through this week.
The Lady Knights will begin their 2015 schedule next Monday on the road against the Bunn Ladycats.

More ...
NCHSAA REGION GAME SCHEDULE

CHAPEL HILL -- Listed is the updated schedule for the North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s Regional Basketball Playoffs:

More ...
The  Saturday Swoon
The Saturday Swoon

NASH COUNTY -- Last Saturday’s first-round of the Class 3-A State Basketball Playoffs was destined to provide a challenge for Nash County teams -- and not just because of the long layoff.
Last week’s poor weather not only caused school to be closed in the county, but it also kept teams from being able to practice.

More ...
NC Wesleyan kicks off golf schedule

WILMINGTON -- North Carolina Wesleyan College’s golf team opened its 2015 spring season over the weekend at Mars Hill’s Weekend in Wilmington.
The two-day event was held at the par-72 Echo Farms Golf Club and featured six teams.
Behind freshman Ben Gillon’s 4th-place billing, the Bishops were able to card a 3rd-place finish as a team, trailing only the host’s A & B squads.

More ...
Canes offering tickets

RALEIGH -- The National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes have announced changes to their season ticket options, benefits and pricing for the 2015-16 season.
The team also announced the start of its “30 Prizes in 30 Days” ticket renewal promotion.
Full-season ticket holders will see increased benefits for the 2015-16 season, with greater separation created between their rewards and those of mini-plan holders.

More ...
Averett sweeps series vs. NCWC

ROCKY MOUNT -- In USA South Conference baseball action, Averett University got complete games in last Saturday’s opener and Monday’s finale to secure a three-game sweep of North Carolina Wesleyan College at Bauer Field on the NCWC campus.
Sophomore Luis Palencia paced Wesleyan offensively by going 6-for-12 with a pair of stolen bases, but it would not be enough to counter a Cougar offense that plated 18 runs during the series.

More ...
FOUR ON THE FLOOR
FOUR ON THE FLOOR

Northern Nash’s Marcellus Majors (with ball) makes a swift move toward two points during the Knights’ home contest against Southern Lee last Saturday evening in the opening round of the Class 3-A Boys Basketball State Playoffs.

More ...
MAJORS ON THE MOVE
MAJORS ON THE MOVE

Northern Nash’s Marcellus Majors makes a strong move toward the basket during last Saturday evening’s home playoff loss against Southern Lee High School.

More ...
ON THE BIG BOARD
ON THE BIG BOARD

Northern Nash’s Demonte Johnson (right) tries to grab a rebound, but a Southern Lee player comes down with the board during last Saturday’s playoff basketball game.

More ...

Powered by Bondware
Newspaper Software | Email Marketing Service | Website Builder